Virtual Tours by Students
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So I wanted to show you all sorority row here in case there is anybody watching a girl going through that is wanting doing Greek life. It's not a massive percent of our student population, but it is enough to make a difference in the culture. Typically, if you do join a sorority, you would live in it in the house, your sophomore and maybe junior year. I didn't live in the house because I found the Austin house that I mean, and I loved it so much. I didn't want to leave, but typically you would live in a dorm. You're fresh from the year and then find maybe an apartment or sorority house your sophomore junior year and then moved to a house either your junior, your senior year. That's typically how people move up the ladder. If you're super senior, you're almost always in the house in a house. It's about eight minutes from campus, and there's a ton of extra student housing right around here that it's a lot like mine, which is made exactly for college kids. Those tend to be a little more expensive than a regular house. You would find them a historic district, which is actually closer to campus. Those houses are older and smaller, and a lot of the times they're not made to be equal among college students.